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New Hampshire primary election results 2010

The New Hampshire primary features a few interesting races, yet none more than the republican senatorial primary which was called in favor of former state Attorney General Kelly Ayotte. As The Fix reports:

Ayotte will move on to face Rep. Paul Hodes (D-N.H.) in the general election. Polling suggests Ayotte will be favored in that race. Ayotte's win is a boon to national Republicans who supported her candidacy and should provide them some solace after a tough primary night that included a win by tea party candidate Christine O'Donnell over their favored candidate in Delaware. Lamontagne was something of a tea party candidate, but Ayotte had the support of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) as well as other national conservatives.

Full story here.

Full New Hampshire primary vote totals here.

More from PostPolitics:

An interactive map of New Hampshire and other battleground states.

Sort and rank campaign spending by race, PAC or candidate with PostPolitic's interactive campaign cash database.

New Hampshire election results are certified by the Secretary of State's Election Division.

By Washington Post staff  |  September 14, 2010; 10:10 AM ET
 
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